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Clinical Care - Women
Clinical Care - Women in United States
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Clinical Care - Women in depth:

Clinical Care - Women by State

Sum of weighted z-scores of clinical care measures for women

Clinical Care - Women Trends

Sum of weighted z-scores of clinical care measures for women

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About Clinical Care - Women

Top State(s): Vermont: 1.164

Bottom State(s): Texas: -1.164

Definition: Sum of weighted z-scores of clinical care measures for women

Data Source and Years: America's Health Rankings composite measure, 2023

Suggested Citation: America's Health Rankings analysis of America's Health Rankings composite measure, United Health Foundation,, accessed 2023.

The clinical care category represents access to quality health care and preventive services, such as adequate prenatal care, flu vaccination and cervical cancer screening. This category is one of five categories of measures that make up the America’s Health Rankings model. The other four categories are behaviors, social and economic factors, physical environment and health outcomes.

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